If two heads are better than one, then four cuisine-noggins fused into one restaurant-body are even more better-er than one. Polycephalify your palate with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of Pan-Asian fare and drinks at Tin Drum Asia Cafe, an epicurean hybrid that expands palates by merging them. This Groupon is good at Tin Drum's Lindbergh, Dunwoody, or Forsyth locations.
Tin Drum serves up a menu of favorite Thai, Japanese, Chinese, and Vietnamese dishes in a hip, casual setting. Light lunchers can pair coconut soup ($3) with sips of spicy-dousing Thai iced tea ($1.95) or a hot jasmine or green tea ($1.50). Heartier appetites wrap digits around a Drumrolla grilled Asian-flatbread wrap stuffed with ingredients such as shrimp tempura, romaine, avocado, tomato, and honey-miso dip ($4.75). Diners who feel self-conscious about the wooden chopstick fingers they accidentally evolved can light up their taste buds with Japanese katsu curry, which bathes crunchy panko-crusted chicken breast in a sizzling yellow curry laden with onion, carrots, potatoes, and jalapenos. Meanwhile, mango stir-fry mixes fresh mango, onions, bell peppers, basil, and jalapenos over crispy chicken and steamed rice ($7.95) for a sweet and spicy flavor explosion that challenges General Tso for dominion of your Tongue Dynasty. Tin Drum also offers a variety of gluten-free options, so treat a friend to an exotically flavored vacation from their own dietary restrictions.
Tin Drum takes its name from the tin drummer, a figure in ancient Asian society who served as the town crier, newscaster, and wake-up-call service. Rising early every morning to rouse the village with a percussive version of taps (or a bucket of hot grits thrown to the face if villagers hit snooze too often), the tin drummer would herd everyone to the market cafe. As they ate, he'd regale them with the day's news, act out and explain the day's Far Side, and then present them with a series of jumbled words to decipher. Tin Drum's interior reflects this ancient tradition with a decor that mimics the colorful paint and ubiquitous posters of an outdoor cafe in a quintessentially Asian streetscape.
-   - It is a great place to take youngsters, but the food is good for any age, and there are many healthy choices. Neal F., Yelp, 2/2/11
-   - The entire menu is great. Make sure you walk in with a good appetite because the portions are HUGE!!! Perfect noodles every time! Cord C., Urbanspoon
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